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Four Cabinet Members Hinder Reagan's Attempt to Kill Affirmative Action
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United States Cabinet, Government contracts, Discrimination in employment, Affirmative action in employment
Evers Regains Mayor Post Through Court's Decision
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Charles Evers; 1922-., Fayette (Miss.) (Politics and government)
New Orleans Voters Snuff Morial's Bid for 3rd Term
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Ernest Nathan Morial; 1929-1989, New Orleans (La.) (Politics and government)
Rep. Collins Vows to Aid FAA in Security Upgrade
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United States Federal Aviation Administration, Airplane hijacking (Prevention)
Black Assistant Secretary to Quit Education Dept
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Harry M. Singleton, United States Dept. of Education
Gun Control Doesn't Stop Use by Criminals: Report
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Gun control
Los Angeles Grocery Chain to Hire Additional Blacks to Settle Bias Lawsuit
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Alpha Beta Co, Blacks (Employment), Supermarkets (Employees)
Professionals Leave Jobs to Teach in Classrooms
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Occupational mobility, Professionals, Teachers (Supply and demand)
Gap Widens in Salaries of College, High School Grads
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Wage differentials, High school graduates (Employment), College graduates (Employment)
Hagler Suffers Back Injury, Puts Title Bouts in Doubt
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Marvin Hagler; 1954-., Boxing (Accidents and injuries)

30 First Ladies Discuss Countries' Drug Problems
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Nancy Reagan (wife of American president Ronald Reagan.); 1921-, Drug abuse (Conferences), Heads of state (Wives)
Most Readers Agree that Baltimore is Best Place for Black Groups' Headquarters
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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Baltimore (Md.) (Blacks)
Outraged Blacks Attack Whites in Johannesburg
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Riots (South Africa), Apartheid
Expert Says Bias Rampant Thru American Housing
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Discrimination in housing
The Black Surgeon who Helped Medics Transplant Heart of a White Man
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Dwight Davis, Anthony Mandia, Heart, Artificial
U.S. Army Ferries Food to African Famine Victims
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United States Army, Food relief (Africa), United States (Armed Forces, Africa)
Gov't Jobs Program Helps 1.1 Million in Two Years
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Job Training Partnership Act
Mich. Judge Reduces Black's Bias Suit Award
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Bassie Cummings (Jr.), Valley City Plating Co, Blacks (Employment, Discriminatory practices)
Maurice White Debuts on First Solo Album
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Maurice White (American singer.), Earth, Wind and Fire (Musical group)
Ashe Says Activist Role May be Part of His Ouster as Davis Cup Team Captain
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Arthur Ashe; 1943-1993, Davis Cup (Tennis tournament)
Should Michael Spinks Fight His Brother, Leon, for Boxing Title?
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Leon Spinks (American boxer.), Michael Spinks (American boxer.), Boxing
Royals Prove Underdogs Can Beat Odds in Series
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St. Louis Cardinals (Baseball team), Kansas City Royals (Baseball team), World Series (Baseball)
Little Richard Calls Car Crash Survival a 'miracle'.
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Little Richard, West Hollywood (Calif.) (Traffic accidents)
Bill Cosby Tells why There is No Interracial Dating on His TV Show
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Bill Cosby; 1937-., Black family in television, Interracial dating in television
The Cosby Show
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Cosby show (Television program) (Reviews)
BMA Urges Labels to Pull Out of S. Africa
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Black Music Association, Investments, American (South Africa), Apartheid
Jermaine Jackson Answers Critics who Think He's Jealous of Brother, Michael
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Jermaine Jackson (American singer.), Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter.); 1958-2009

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